He has also offered to give any members who have never had any blue light experience the necessary training and guidance to control the machines at speed in various emergency response scenarios including rural, populated and motorway driving.
Various serving and ex police officers who have offered to help will be glad to know that the Police Response training course is accepted by the IAM and that they need only apply for membership to the IAM along with a copy of their certificate in order to be issued with the qualification.
All other members who wish to join the group as Emergency Response Riders who do not already hold an advanced qualification will need to get their training and pass their test before they will be allowed to ride the Devon Freewheeler machines.
Rob can offer highly competitive rates for the training to get prospective members up to the grade - and his pass rates speak for itself.
If you already hold your advanced qualifications your still going to have the pleasure of meeting Rob. In order to ensure everyone is up to the standard practically, Devon Freewheelers will be asking Rob to asess each and every rider on a regular basis.
The majority of our work is not given the Emergency classification, and therefore does not always require the use of the Emergency Vehicle Equipment, however, if and when it does happen, we need to ensure you have been provided with adequate training to protect yourself and other road users and that your riding capabilities can deal with these stressful situations.
Regardless of experience, continual training and safe riding techniques can only benefit all concerned. However, in order to benefit from this you still need your own advanced qualification just to sit on the machine.
We are confident that our new bond with Rob Reed is going to be hugely rewarding for anyone who wishes to join the group, and the further advanced training will be welcomed by absolutely everyone.